Productive and busy place to work for.
Pros: free lunch, access to library, flex time and working with various cultures.
Cons: healthcare and constant interruption.
I learned how to work with different levels of authority, provide their needs which was the most challenging part.
A typical day is preparing for a luncheon, calling vendors to make sure food and drinks are to arrive on time. Have payments available for guest lecturer. Schedule travel arrangements, hotel accommodations, Manage directors calendar and – more... provide assistance to students and faculty as they came through the door.
Most enjoyable were working with the students. Learning a new program, an example would be profcast. Profcast was used to record lectures for a science course and uploaded in the departments website. Coworkers were the first group of people I've worked with that worked as a team and followed through. It was a memorable experience. – less